Texas Business Organizations Code
Sec. § 10.364
Objection to Appraisal; Hearing


A dissenting owner or responsible organization may object, based on the law or the facts, to all or part of an appraisal report containing the fair value of an ownership interest determined under Section 10.363 (Powers and Duties of Appraiser; Appraisal Procedures)(b).


If an objection to a report is raised under Subsection (a), the court shall hold a hearing to determine the fair value of the ownership interest that is the subject of the report. After the hearing, the court shall require the responsible organization to pay to the holders of the ownership interest the amount of the determined value with interest, accruing from the 91st day after the date the applicable action for which the owner elected to dissent was effected until the date of the judgment.


Interest under Subsection (b) accrues at the same rate as is provided for the accrual of prejudgment interest in civil cases.


The responsible organization shall:


immediately pay the amount of the judgment to a holder of an uncertificated ownership interest; and


pay the amount of the judgment to a holder of a certificated ownership interest immediately after the certificate holder surrenders to the responsible organization an endorsed certificate representing the ownership interest.


On payment of the judgment, the dissenting owner does not have an interest in the:


ownership interest for which the payment is made; or


responsible organization with respect to that ownership interest.
Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 182, Sec. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
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